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The Blog

Successful Failure

Posted by Enzo on April 20, 2009

Animating in Flash is quite a time-consuming bitch. I know what I want to do and how to do it, but it takes up a lot of time, hence the lack of a strip today. I was attempting to do a small animated short but it ended up taking too long, and I apologize. I'll probably have it done by the end of the week. In lieu of today's comic, I'm going to post some artwork I don't think many people have seen before. Hooray for me sucking.

This first image may disturb and confuse you.

Deranged Ovary

This was made for my friend Rev for a Women's Studies class assignment. The premise was basically that people in medieval times (I think? I'm not sure. Point is - a long time ago) believed that the woman's uterus needed "feeding" (a.k.a. coitus, penetration, sex, etc.), and if it was not properly "fed" it would eventually retaliate against the body, moving up along the organs to ultimately devour its host's heart.

Pretty crazy shit, man.

I Miss You

This park bench illustration was for one of my best friends, whom I never get to see anymore because she's far, far away. I miss you.

Katz vs. Dessert

This is an illustration of fans ProfessorKatz and doctor_desert. I like to take suggestions for drawings so if you have a request, feel free to head over to the forum and post it! I'll try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Digital Sketchbook

This is what I call a digital sketchbook, which is basically doodles and things I would do in my actual sketchbook, but inked in Flash. Technology is amazing! This is pretty old, though, about a couple of months back.

What has science done!?

Aaaand this one, I couldn't tell you if you asked. I have no fucking idea where this came from.

That's all for now! I appreciate your patience :)

The Game Demo

Posted by Enzo on April 10, 2009

Last semester in our introductory Flash class our final project was completely open-ended in the sense that we could make anything we want, as long as it applied all the things we learned during the semester. Although I already was fairly familiar with basic animation, I was absolutely illiterate when it came to the Flash Actionscript language, so it was all new to me. The end result was a short introductory 'demo' for a proposed Cheer Up, Emo Kid flash game. The premise was it would be a point-and-click RPG adventure of sorts, and in the tradition of Andrew Hussie's MS Paint Adventures, I was hoping I could integrate some sort of user-interactivity where readers could continue the story by deciding what the character would do next.

Well anyway, let me know what you think of it so far -- also, it ends when his mom comes into the room, just to let you know in case. . . like, you sit and stare for hours waiting for something to happen.

Play Demo

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